About TanglewoodTanglewood Resort & Conference Center is located north of Dallas-Fort Worth on the shores of Lake Texoma. In addition to an 18-hole semi-private golf course originally designed by Arnold Palmer, the property features a marina and beach access on the lake. In addition to the more standard lakeside resort amenities like a marina and fishing, guests can also take part in horseback riding and even an Extreme Sandbox excursion that provides the opportunity to operate heavy construction machinery. Resort guests can rent golf carts during their state to explore the 700-acre property which also borders Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge and ecotours are available.
Golf courses at Tanglewood
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Great course for any level of play
Very nice layout, wide fairways and great views..
On this day some greens had been sanded but still mostly playable
18 is a very tough finishing hole, one of the toughest in the area
Nice course layout, needs a little more care
Made the hour drive up to Texoma to play here first time on a Wednesday. Like the course. Most holes seem secluded, not many holes have houses near. The tee boxes were in poor shape. Fairways and greens both rather dry and hard. Greens not bad but a little bumpy. Was somewhat crowded when we arrived, but most had teed off by our early after tee time. Pace of play was great. Didnt even see many other golfers all day. Let one pair play thru, never waited on anyone. There were many Canadian geese on the course, which left gifts in many places on the course. Was quiet, peaceful. Enjoyed the round. Slightly disappointed with condition. Would consider playing again.
A Trip up North
From Collin Co, this is a bit of a drive, but a nice one. This is a nice, fair course. A few holes are tough, but most are playable. Having range balls available is a nice perk and much appreciated. I just wish the first fairway didn't have a hundred range balls everywhere.
TIP: Hit an orange ball off the first tee. Downside? Not on the golf end. The clubhouse, snack bar, patio, is just so, 1970's. There are so many locals that love coming out here, it would be great to have a nice deck, with more nicer tables and chairs. The F&B selection for a 'Resort', I'm sorry but it is shameful. Go to The Tribute and check theirs out. They own the after the round experience. Just a thought to create a better overall experience. Hey, people may stay longer and spend more money.
Had a great time the pace of play was smooth even the the course was packed. The staff was very friendly and the course has a few risk reward holes. I will be back!
The course is really fun to play, and I enjoy it every time. The staff is friendly and helpful. Just sad I didn’t get to play due to the rain. But there is always next time.
Most greens were firm, fun layout. I would say it needed a fresh mow the cuts weren’t as clean as they could be and the same for the tee boxes. Free range balls with round and snack shop open with cart coolers, will come back for sure
Overall the travel was conveniently located to me locally, and I have played there before I already knew it would be in good condition, and at the time I went knew it wouldn't be crowded.
Worth the Money
Course has not fully come in yet so some tight and bare lies. In another 30 days will be much better! The layout is great! Greens were bumpy and slow but should improve with warm weather.
With the title of “Resort” I expected much more. The fairways were underdeveloped and tee’s were simply an extension of such. The bunkers are hard dirt, not really sand. The greens were in good shape and rolled very true, however even after multiple days of rain they couldn’t hold shots, even with a ton of spin. The layout is fantastic, some very tough holes mixed with some birdie opportunities. A lot of undulation which is great. A scenic pleasure to the eye. For a hot deal, still worth it if you live close (I don’t).
Pace a JOKE
Hey this course is in pretty bad shape overall. Greens decent for dormant but more weeds than dormant grass. Finished 5th hole and FIVE GROUPS were waiting to tee off on 6th hole. NOT KIDDING this course is a joke. Don’t waste your money.
Nice, good greens
I love this course but look out for groups of 5, where each player has their own cart. These are the members who live there. They are slow, and generally have some kind of bet going, where they settle in the parking lot after the round. (These dudes are literally putting for $$.) Tu/Th should be avoided because it is Senior MGA/LGA day and they pack about 10 groups into the tee sheet 09:00 - 10:00. You don't want to follow those groups. It is really brutal.
Great course . Great greens. They did let a couple of 5 some,s out and course did slow down abit. Overall a great time.
Greens were in great shape. Price for a round is very reasonable for this course. i will definitely return.
very pleasant round greens are excellent and fairways are lush. some fairways had been over watered. and mud cist a little rollout, but overall had my best round ever today pretty cool playing course with a Eastern wind. kind of unusual in Texas this time of year.